Feb. 26, 2010
BERKELEY - At last week's Pacific Coast Classic, sophomore Jim Kerry of the California men's gymnastics team had a very successful outing. Kerry, a key member of the parallel bars and floor line-ups for the Bears, set a new 2010 season high on floor with a 13.950, besting his former high of 13.700. CalBears.com talks with Kerry to find out his career ambitions as a child and nowadays.
CalBears.com: You hail from Huntington Beach, Calif., do you still consider yourself a SoCal-er for life or have you gotten used to life in NorCal?
CalBears.com: What are you thinking of on majoring in and why does it interest you?
CalBears.com: When you were a little kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
CalBears.com: Now that you're in your second year of college, what do you want to be when you grow up?
CalBears.com: If you could change your name, what would it be?
CalBears.com: If you could make a cameo on any TV show, which one would you choose?
CalBears.com: What's the difference between this year and last season's teams?
CalBears.com: If you won the lottery, what is the first thing you would buy?
CalBears.com: Raion Sabo, the last person to do a Q&A, wanted the next men's gymnast to answer - If you had a sports car, who on the team would you not allow to drive it?v JK: Probably Captain Daniel Geri because he doesn't have a license.
CalBears.com: What question do you want the next men's gymnast to do a Q&A to answer?
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